Huge Savings this weekend only. Continental USA only. FREE Shipping. Sidejack 300 Black $120 OFF Mandocaster 12 Sunburst $100 OFF Kingston Flying Wedge $150 OFF Microfret STD Martian Green $250 OFF Eastwood LG-50 Black $200 OFF Eastwood EEB-1 Bass $200 OFF Airline ’59 Coronado DLX White $200 OFF Airline MAP DLX Metallic Blue $200 OFF […]
THREE DAYS ONLY. Up to 45% OFF with FREE SHIPPING. No extra taxes, No duties. All items are brand new. Limited Quantities! All prices are in USA Dollars. Fire Bird Sunburst – Reg: $959 SALE $659 SAVE $300 Airline Newport Left-Hand – Reg: $1329 SALE $899 SAVE $430 Custom Kraft DLX Sunburst – Reg: $719 SALE $539 SAVE $180 Custom Kraft DLX Greenburst […]
THREE DAYS ONLY. Up to 45% OFF with FREE SHIPPING. All items are brand new. Limited Quantities! Airline H77 Black – Reg: $699 SALE $579 SAVE $120 Eastwood LG-50 – Reg: $599 SALE $425 SAVE $174 Mandocaster 12 Sunburst – Reg: $469 SALE $369 SAVE $100 Eastwood Fire Bird – Reg: $799 SALE $579 SAVE $220 […]
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One of the best selling models from Eastwood Guitars is the Sidejack Baritone. More recently they have also introduced the Airline MAP Baritone. Why are they so popular? First, let’s take a look at what a Baritone guitar is.
Feast your eyes on this new Airline MAP in Sunburst. Available TODAY, only 16 in this production run
Intruducing the new Airline NEWPORT. It is Eastwood’s take on the rare National Newport Val-Pro 88 from the late 50’s and early 60’s. It features two NY Mini Humbuckers and a Piezo pickup in the bridge with a 5-way swtich. Tones of tonal variations! Available in Black or Seafoam Green. Only $1099, hardshell case included. Shipping […]
Last month, we left off with a team in place to design, prototype, test, and market the new line of Magnatone amplifiers. This month we look at each series and model of the new Magnatone line and the features of each, including the world famous pitch-shifting vibrato circuit.
In an era where guitar heroes are a dying breed, Jack White stands among the greatest guitarists of his generation. His preference for older, more primitive equipment came at a time when most guitarists were neck-deep in processors, pedals and preamps. Relying on his distinct style and killer tone, White became the touchstone for a new movement of more blues-inspired guitarists.
Magnatone was started in 1946 by Art Duhamell, who purchased the Dickerson Musical Instrument Manufacturing Company. Dickerson was a small, Southern California builder who produced lap steels and amplifiers. Dunhamell changed the name to Magnatone a division of his Magna Electronics Company in Los Angeles. Magna also produced record players, speakers, radios and organs as well as amplifiers under brands such as ToneMaster, DaVinci, Pac-Amp, and Estey. The Estey organ’s vibrato circuit was integral in the birth of the famous Magnatone pitch shifting vibrato feature,(but more on that later). Though Magnatone had a good run of building some of the first, high fidelity, innovative, “boutique” amps to hit the market, the company was plagued by mergers and buy outs, poor business decisions, and bad investments. In the end, Magnatone was no more by the end of the 1960’s.
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